A Passover-Themed Toilet Seat Cover, Or: How Not To Decorate for Passover

Photo: Meryl Eisenstein
Guess what this is.

No, it's not a matzoh warmer. Good guess, though.

This is a Passover decoration that goes on the place the matzoh eventually gets to. Yes, dear readers, a friend of mine saw this Passover-themed toilet seat cover for sale in the kosher section of a Shaw's supermarket in Canton, Massachusetts.

The idea of "decorating" for Passover is a little odd anyway, given that the point of the holiday is that the malech ha-movess--the angel of death--passed over houses whose doorways had been painted with lamb's blood.

Still, this is America, and if you want to decorate for Passover, then by all means, go ahead. A word to the wise, though: Not all decorations pass the test of good taste. Novelty toilet seat covers bought from a bin at the supermarket? Pass over it.

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This is a unique concept of decorating. Usually decorating happens in things that are attractive to people.


Thanks for sharing this useful article. Keep posting for more.

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They are perfect because they generally resist stains, protect your actual seats, and can easily be machine washed as often as you like. This way, your truck will always be clean and you won't have to worry about staining your clothes either.

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